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Pace University BS Environmental Science
Pace University

BS Environmental Science

New York, USA

4 Years

English

Full time

15 Dec 2024

Sep 2025

USD 51,382 / per year *

On-Campus

* additional fees may apply

Introduction

In this program, you will learn about and help to develop the science that informs how we understand and make decisions about the environment. Designed for students interested in ecological systems and how humans impact those systems, this interdisciplinary environmental science degree provides both basic and applied knowledge needed to understand the environment and its associated problems.

Envisioning Solutions

  • The curriculum trains students to be active scientists in the field, gaining vital skills and professional experience.
  • Students conduct independent laboratory and field research in collaboration with highly respected faculty members, often at a level typically reserved for graduate students, using scientific resources one would expect to find at a large research institution.
  • As you work toward your degree, you will gain both basic and applied knowledge of environmental science through fieldwork and internships.

Join a Student-Led Club

The Pace Sustainability Initiative (NYC Campus) is a student organization that teaches, assists, and proposes sustainability initiatives aimed at increasing the efficiency of resource use, reduction of waste, and preservation of ecosystems and animal species.

NATURE (Westchester Campus) is a student organization that serves as an outlet for students who have an appreciation and concern for the natural environment, engaging students and forging a sense of responsibility for environmental stewardship.

Add Opportunities and Experiences

Students enrolled in this program have presented the results of their research work at national and international scientific meetings and have authored papers in respected scientific journals. Past students have been recipients of international fellowships for continued study in the United States and abroad. Students have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through working with our many community partners to tackle environmental issues affecting our region and the world.

Our students regularly partner with organizations such as:

  • American Museum of Natural History
  • Billion Oyster Project
  • Nature Conservancy
  • NYC’s Mayor’s Office of Sustainability
  • Pocantico River Alliance
  • Riverkeeper
  • Rockefeller State Park Preserve
  • Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture
  • Student Conservation Association
  • Teatown Lake Reservation
  • US Environmental Protection Agency
  • Westchester County Parks and Recreation
  • Wildlife Conservation Society

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